Remote ‘steering’ of the brain.
BIRD MIND CONTROL
A team of researchers in China have claimed to have used a ‘solar-powered brain control device’ to steer a pigeon in flight for about two hours, according to a recent report by Chinese media.
Huai Ruituo, a Professor at the College of Electrical and Automation Engineering at Shandong University of Science and Technology in Eastern China, is leading a team of scientists studying the use of robotics in animals.
According to the paper published by the team, a solar panel about half the size of a smartphone screen was strapped to a pigeon’s back to power a control device on the bird’s head.
This solar panel supposedly charged a small lithium battery, which then powered the brain control device on the pigeon’s head, generating nerve-stimulating signals while maintaining wireless communication with the team.
Wouldn’t it be nice to live in a world without people attempting bizarre experiments like this?
According to Huai and her team, previous experiments of brain control on pigeons saw the birds following human commands for around 45 minutes, which is similar to the duration of a typical commercial drone.
With the new device, however: “..the animal robot can be guided to charge in the sun autonomously if the remaining power is low.“
“The results show that for animals that are active outdoors, such as domestic pigeons, the running time is greatly extended after the system is installed, and they can perform tasks in farther places without worrying about the problem of energy exhaustion.”
But get this: The most telling part of this whole experiment comes from comments on how this type of breakthrough could soon be adapted by military units in major nations as a significant ‘anti-terror tool’:
Mind-controlled intelligence-gathering birds? Man.
Please don’t tell me the ‘birds are a hoax’ crowd were right all along..
Just when you think you have heard it all..
Although achieving new ground at present, the scientific venture of mind control has been going for many decades, particularly on animals.
THE MAD SCIENTISTS
A Japanese research team demonstrated animal brain control in 1997 in an international robotics conference presentation. They used electrical stimuli to keep a cockroach moving in a straight line.
Ever since, several global researchers have joined the field, applying similar technology to many animals, including beetles, bees, geckos, rats, and sharks.
The behaviour of the animals is usually manipulated through the generation of neural signals that trigger unpleasant sensations such as pain or fear, prompting an immediate action such as turning right or left.
More recently, Stanford scientists unveiled they were successfully able to control the brains of mice with infrared light sources.
I mean, this is the ground responsible for the Stanford Prison Experiment in the 1970s.
Should we really be surprised that this work has continued for another 50 years?
Mind control via light is part of the field of Optogenetics, which allows precisely-timed pulses of light aimed at targeted tissue regions or cells. This method allows researchers to trigger or block events in specific cells of living animals:
How long before these types of techniques are transferred to humans?
Just like the PZP vaccine, the original model for the COVID-19 vaccine.
Will human participants also soon be wearing solar panels?
Interesting when you consider QLD researchers recently innovated wireless technology that allows for human brain implants to be analysed remotely from anywhere across the world:
They also want to ‘map the brain fingerprints’ of children to help ‘easily identify mental health problems’:
Elon Musk’s long-awaited and controversial human brain microchip is also set to be ready in six months:
Spy birds, chips in the brain, remote control of your senses.
The imagery of science fiction realities begins to overlap with our own.
How long before a type of ‘police’ are then brought in to monitor these ‘thoughts’?
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